MP3's to DVD - IT CAN BE DONE!!

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nobody try to understand the basic question. the equestion is so far as player is concern it is a DVD player. it plays all DVD disk except these disk which is loaded with MP3 songs.Means when we burn any DVD with MP3 songs then the DVD player can not play the same. Any solution??? reply

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Ya know i think there migh be a possiblility...if you think about it...when you burn a movie to dvd...it records the video and audio in two seperate files. Hence there is really no reason why one can not just burn audio with out the video......all probabilities suggest that you may have to covert mp3 to a different file type...the player doesnt care as long as it is in a format that it can understand.....i personally suggest you throw away all of your antiquated cd and buy an MP3 player that can hold as much music as one can possibly own...or one can even use the data card on their cameras or phone and play them in any card reader. reply

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Good grief, the guy has said several times, in simple Engrish, he has recorded an MP3 DVD and this MP3 DVD doesn’t play in standard DVD (at least 3 of them) Players. So what gives? As it happens I have the same problem but I used Ashampoo Burner (sorry to say but not impressed with Ashampoo either - maybe will use it next time
I have a shower.

Roo
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I use Eahoosoft DVD Ripper, fast speed and work fine
http://www.eahoosoft.com/eahoosoft-dvd-ripper/eahoosoft-dvd-ripper.html reply

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I use Eahoosoft DVD Ripper, fast speed and work fine
http://www.eahoosoft.com/eahoosoft-dvd-ripper/eahoosoft-dvd-ripper.html reply

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I have a portable cd player that plays mp3 discs, and you said “to play an mp3 dvd you need something that can play mp3ís...", well it does, but it won’t play them reply

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Good Lord! reply

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One of my DVD players will play all mp3’s that I just dump on the DVD as datafiles. The other requires them to be sorted into folders with a limit on the number of files per directory. Read your DVD Player’s manual if you have it. If you don’t, try Googling your Model Number + Manual. There are Car and Home stereo’s out there now that will play them from USB drives. Hope that helps somebody. reply

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Read your Player’s Manual. Some play only DVD-r and some play only DVD+r. Many won’t play DVDRW. Some won’t play certain BRANDS. Some players require files to be sorted into directories. Some may require some sort of index.
The player may not be functioning properly. There are a LOT of variables here. You have to know your gear, and you have to know your media. The issue could also be that your burner isn’t tracking correctly, setting the track where the player can’t read it. I used to have a 25 dollar DVD player that I used ONLY for playing MP3s... got tired of burning them and just ran a set of cables from my PC to my stereo.. lol reply

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i got a solution buy a bmw plays mp3 dvds well mine does anyway reply

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bunch of dumb asses!!!! reply

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Didn’t Al Gore invent the MP3 also? He invented the internet and Global Warming....Why not? reply

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you can backup massive mp3s in Itunes to a CD and they will all play on your CD players, car or home audio reply

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your a fuckin douche reply

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george london your a fuckin douche bag fuck face loser reply

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whats the use then, stupid post :P reply

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yeah! dumbest of the lot.. must be blondes reply

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i used ashampoo burning studio 6 and chose the burn music-->create a mp3 dvd disc option. It will not play in my compatible Panasonic home theater system with dvd r,dvd rw codecs. It sucks!

I’ll try to burn a data dvd with some of my mp3s now.. reply

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